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  1. Sharon
    March 28, 2010 @ 6:17 pm

    Great!!! I really enjoyed it and will help me up my business and marketing http://bestonlineproductreview.blogspot.com/
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  2. Ashton
    December 10, 2010 @ 6:50 pm

    I found Jeremy Olson’s Ebook to be really helpful and don’t feel like it is over priced. I only wrote one free article to get a by line and now I’m making between $75-$100 in one day (not including my full time job). I could easily write full time, but I’m a teacher and love that job too much!

    As for the bonus books. They aren’t supposed to stand alone because they are exactly what they say they are: bonuses. If you have a computer, you more than likely have writing software so I think saying this Ebook lacks resources in that aspect is kind of pathetic.

    Any person with enough knowledge to even look into writing articles online will know that dictionary.com or thesaurus.com are “trusted online resources.”

  3. LTruex
    December 12, 2010 @ 5:32 pm

    Hi Ashton, Thank you for your feedback. And congrats on your online writing success. As far as my critique, the bonuses are extras, but Olson suggested they had a value of $119, which I disagreed with. It wasn’t that the information wasn’t good, but that it didn’t need to be in it own report. My comment about lacking resources was in discussion of the book’s recommendation to search online job boards for work. I feel it would have been helpful to readers to include a list of writer oriented job boards… MediaBistro.com, WritersWeekly.com, Journalismjobs.com etc. And while most computers come with word processing, there are many tools that aren’t standard. How about Skype for interviewing? What about writing sources that want MLA and those that want Chicago Manual of Style? Is Dictionary.com better than Merriam-Webster.com or does it matter? Which is easier to use? But there are other writer resources that could be helpful as well such as how to access information databases and online journals. Sure people can do a Google search to find some of this, but when someone is selling a resource designed to teach others, I think its important to give as much information as possible because that’s what people are buying.

    I don’t feel the product was bad, but for the price, I would have wanted more than what was supplied. Thanks again.

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